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BA in Law with Business & Management (Full Time)

Aberystwyth University

Bachelor Degree , Law

Course Description

LLB Law and Business & Management (MN11) is a joint honours degree that explores two stimulating, challenging and complimentary disciplines.

For the Law aspects of the course, you will be taught in the oldest and most established Law department in Wales, by expert staff - many of whom have also practiced as solicitors - providing a practical application to your theoretical studies.

For the Business & Management aspects of the course, you will be taught in the Aberystwyth Business School, by active academics who have a wide range of interests across marketing, operations management, finance, accounting, strategy, human resource management and entrepreneurship.

Combined together this degree has been engineered for a student who wants to succeed in a legal career or global business management practice.

  • A practical degree designed to meet employer needs and taught by experienced professionals, and academics;
  • Taught by professionals who are active for large organisations e.g. GRETA, the Youth Justice Board, the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights;
  • Excellent social and professional opportunities, e.g. visits to Law Fairs and Inns of Court in London;
  • Option to participate in our national and international competing Mooting Society, in order to develop your key advocacy and litigation skills;
  • You will gain insight into the world of business, management and enterprise;
  • An understanding of the impact of changes in the business environment e.g. economic events, political events;
  • A broad understanding of management in practice;
  • In-depth knowledge of trade and commerce in both the public and private sector;
  • A solid grasp in the complexity of management challenges and the combined impact of the economic, financial, human and legal issues that leaders encounter.

LLB Law and Business & Management (MN11) is a joint honours degree that explores two stimulating, challenging and complimentary disciplines. For the Law aspects of the course, you will be taught in the oldest and most established Law department in Wales, by expert staff - many of whom have also practiced as solicitors - providing a practical application to your theoretical...

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Course Content

First Year:

You will receive core training in the fundamentals of accountancy & finance, the fundamentals of management & business, and legal & criminal justice systems.

Second Year:

In the second year, you will cover Human Resource Management and have the choice of a wide range of Legal and Business Management-related modules including commercial law, criminal law, human rights, international law, marketing management, entrepreneurship and new venture creation.

Third Year:

In the third year, there is a sole focus on Legal-related modules that you can choose from to study. You can either build on Legal-related modules, chosen in the second year or pick entirely new modules. These include commercial law through to the treatment & rehabilitation of offenders.

First Year: You will receive core training in the fundamentals of accountancy & finance, the fundamentals of management & business, and legal & criminal justice systems. Second Year: In the second year, you will cover Human Resource Management and have the choice of a wide range of Legal and Business Management-related...

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Entry Requirements

UCAS Tariff 104 - 128

A Levels ABB-BCC

GCSE requirements (minimum grade C/4):
English or Welsh and Mathematics

BTEC National Diploma:
DDM-DMM

International Baccalaureate:
30-28

European Baccalaureate:
75%-65% overall

UCAS Tariff 104 - 128 A Levels ABB-BCC GCSE requirements (minimum grade C/4): English or Welsh and Mathematics BTEC National Diploma: DDM-DMM International Baccalaureate: 30-28 European Baccalaureate:

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Assessment Methods

You will be assessed through a mixture of essays, exams, reports, individual/group projects and oral presentations, including mooting exercises.

You will be assessed through a mixture of essays, exams, reports, individual/group projects and oral presentations, including mooting exercises.